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Faloodeh

Posted on 2010-08-07
Faloodeh
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Faloodeh or Faloodeh Shirazi is a traditional Persian cold dessert and it's very popular in the summer. Faloodeh is a delicious combination of rice noodles, iced rose water and sugar, then finished with a touch of lemon juice. Some people serve it with Saffron Ice Cream on the side, which is a perfect combination.


Yield: Serves 3-4

INGREDIENTS
  • 1 cup water (for syrup)
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 60-70 g dried thin rice sticks (you can find it in the Chinese food section. Chinese noodles and rice sticks are different, don't use Chinese noodles!)
  • 5 tablespoons rosewater (you can find it at any Iranian store)
  • fresh lemon juice
INSTRUCTIONS

Combine sugar and 1-cup water in a small pot. Simmer over medium-high heat until sugar is dissolved, about 3-5 minutes. Remove from the heat and stir in rose water. Set syrup aside. Once it is cooled down, pour into a metal bowl and place it in the freezer until frozen, about 4 hours.

Faloodeh

Place dried rice sticks in a pot of boiling water and cook on high heat until soft, about 8-10 minutes. Drain and rinse under cold running water until cool. Drain again and cut noodles into two-inch pieces, using scissors.

Faloodeh
Faloodeh

Take the frozen mixture out of the freezer and stir with a fork. Add the noodles to the mixture and stir. Return to freezer for 2 hours or until desired consistency is reached.

To serve, rake with a fork and scoop into small bowls. Serve immediately with fresh lime juice or sour cherries syrup.

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Faloodeh

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Comments

Posted by meg on 2012-05-18
Hi there, This does not tell me how much noodle and syrup I need to mix for each serving? Please let me know. Don\'t know how much syrup to add to how much noodle. Thank u

Posted by Cooking and Cooking on 2012-05-18
Dear Meg, just mix all the noodles and the frozen syrup and divide into 4-5 serving dishes.

Posted by Tabasom on 2012-05-12
Thank you so much. I did faloodeh and ferinee and both came wonderful . Thanks again

Posted by Cooking and Cooking on 2012-05-12
Dear Tabasom, I'm glad you liked them :)

Posted by Shirin on 2010-08-07
Hi Shabnam joon, thanks for the new recepie, I have a question though. where can I get rice stick?

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